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Audio Of Sarah Palin Family Brawl, Bristol Palin Likes The ‘F’ Word

October 22, 2014

Not family-friendly audio from the Wasilla Hillbillies.   More on the story here.

Bristol Palin hysterically told cops during the epic drunken Palin family brawl in Alaska last month … that some guy knocked her down and called her a f**king c**t.

Bristol’s conversation with cops outside the party near Anchorage was recorded by the officer and TMZ obtained a copy. During the convo … Bristol explains the fight was triggered by an “old lady” who shoved her younger sister, Willow.

Listen carefully … you can hear Sarah Palin in the background telling Bristol not to cuss during her statement.

As we reported … police broke up the massive melee, but no one involved wanted to press charges. 

4 Comments
  1. October 23, 2014 8:13 PM

    I see no reason to believe the Bristol account of events.

    First, if they are indeed as she stated then she should have pressed charges. But alas, she has not done so.

    I have not heard any other account that connects hers to the facts.

    There is always a reason the Palins do things for ratings, or book deals, or TV shows. Whoring ones way through life–as they all do–and I use that word in the larger context as you know–then does not allow for any sympathy when these stories arise.

    I see nothing based on what we know thus far to place Bristol in any larger context of abused women,

  2. October 23, 2014 7:47 PM

    So are all women who have sought publicity fair victims for mockery after they have been assaulted? Should we mock Riannah–or whatever her name is?

    What about women who dress “provocatively?” One could argue they are begging for publicity.

    Would it be funny if it were Chelsea Clinton? How about if prominent conservatives joked that A-Rodriguez got her knocked up?

    I hope your answer would be “no.” I just ask because it is confusing when you bemoan the polarized state then contribute or approve of those things which deepen that polarization. I freely admit you could cite examples where conservatives have done this, too.

    It is not the end of the world to concede that the mockery of Bristol is not in good taste and does not further the discussion of issues–like equality for those who are different–that you have so often vigorously defended here.

  3. October 23, 2014 7:32 PM

    If the Palins can not take the heat they need to take their grubby little hands and walk away from publicity They beg for it, and now they have lots of it. I do not feel sorry in any way for the drunken way the live their lives–as evidenced by this story–or what happens to them.

  4. October 23, 2014 5:55 PM

    So the story is that a man knocks a young woman to ground and drags her across a lawn, and you think it’s funny? You are more excited by the idea that she responded to violence toward her sister and herself with some profanity? (If Bristol was a lesbian would you have some compassion for her? or some of those home-town, letter home type sypathies?)I wonder when American women will recognize the truth: that most liberals only care about women until they exit the voting booth.

    Oh I know…the Palins once talked about family values and they are conservative, so the left demonstrates its usual tolerance by laughing at them like whores.

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